Aug 13, 2006

Nazri "Jantan" Aziz wants to be fore-front warrior of UMNO

Look who is talking now. Our very own famous JANTAN.

This time he wants to be the fore-front warrior of UMNO.

** Link - Nazri "Racist" Aziz in Parlimen Malaysia

Excerpt from NST
KUALA KANGSAR: Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has heard enough.

He believes that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad wants to topple the Prime Minister. He said he reached this conclusion based on information he received on conversations which the former prime minister had with some of his friends.

The Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department also noted that Dr Mahathir had not refuted newspaper reports which said that he was more interested in sending Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi out of ofÞce than obtaining answers to his list of grievances.

“If he continues his actions to destroy Umno, to bring down the president, I will be at the forefront as a warrior to defend the party,” he said when opening the Umno Padang Rengas Youth, Wanita and Puteri delegates meetings.

There was no shortage of party leaders who lined up Þrmly behind Abdullah’s leadership yesterday.

Leading the way was Umno deputy president Datuk Seri Najib Razak. He said that all levels of the ruling party were rallying behind the PM.


Excerpt from ChannelNewsAsia
Mahathir out to topple prime minister: report

KUALA LUMPUR : Former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad is out to topple his successor Abdullah Ahmad Badawi as fears grow over divisions in the ruling party, reports said.

Influential cabinet minister Nazri Abdul Aziz, citing information he had gleaned from Mahathir's conversations with friends, said the ex-premier was working to unseat Abdullah, also president of the ruling United Malays National Organisation (UMNO).

"If he continues his actions to destroy UMNO, to bring down the president, I will be at the forefront as a warrior to defend the party," Nazri was quoted as saying in the New Straits Times.

Nearly 200 UMNO divisions are currently holding their annual meetings nationwide and the dispute between the two has featured high on the agenda.

Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak, insisting there were no serious party rifts, said UMNO's leadership still supported Abdullah, who last week went on national television to deny Mahathir's claims of corruption and nepotism.


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1 comment:

mob1900 said...

The HATCHET-MAN speaketh, he just confirms the party is being run MAFIA-style, what can a 'civilian' do? Well, we'll just have to see what the Tun's next move.